Review: Romanian rising star Funk E has recently devoted his efforts to his own imprint Great White Circle, being the sole artist to present work on it thus far. Now he presents debut artist BhikkhuJuno Re who does not at all disappoint on these three rolling and hypnotic grooves which indicate that we may have another star from Bucharest on the rise. The A side is completely given to the nearly 13 minute long epic "Ias1000", the kind of subtle and ethereal groove that you could imagine the likes of Cristi Cons playing out on a hazy Saturday afternoon at Sunwaves. On the flip, "Topless Is More" is the perfect kind of tripped out and drugged up reductionism that's perfect for the afterhours and what the Romanians are true experts at. Finally "Keep In Dutch" goes for that Petre Inspirescu style crossover from avant-garde and classical with reliable dancefloor dynamics.